The murder of Drummer Lee Rigby filmed on CCTV case is a no brainer, its obvious who did it and as you will find out the expensive trial is a farce. Ben Delicious is outside the Old Bailey highlighting the problems with the British legal system that point to weird rituals of dealing with cases like this. The murder of Lee Rigby a few months ago happened inWoolwich, south-east London, on a busy afternoon in May on a main road where lots of locals were out with their kids shopping. CCTV camera’s have footage of the British army recruit Lee Rigby. The murders on Youtube called themselves representatives of the Muslim brotherhood in Afghanistan though looking at them they look like they are Somalian of Jamaican. Behind the scenes there is a lot of money changing hands from lawyers to media coverage of the trial. People who pay for a TV licence unknowingly are investing in these cases. The question about whether the Muslim terrorism group are what they say they are is something not even worth focusing on. Ben takes what he see’s and puts it into more interesting words than what you will read here and yes there is some swearing involved in today’s evidence. Should trials like this cost so much money? What does it mean when the jurisdicial system classes cases like these innocent until proved guilty? And more importantly do you know where you TV licence annual or weekly fee’s are going? Find out all the juicy details over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Alleged killers of Drummer Rigby’, they say. They were filmed doing it, you morons!
Archive for the ‘Britain’ Category
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/04
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/03
Someone is going to be saving 50 Quid on heating bills next year in Britain, life in the UK continues to look on the up and up. R.F. Wilson is in London writing a journal entry about the saving of up to 50 quid on heating bills next year. Britain is on the mend and the coalition government is showing how it listens to the people of the UK, well sort of listening. Prime Minister David Cameron noticed the price changes a few months ago and now the savings speech has been officially announced as beginning next January when the temperature should be a bit warmer. Lots of warm words were said about Energy Secretary Ed Davey who before the announced the reduction of next years heating bills. In some parts of Britain pensioners and single mothers celebrated the news about the cuts in heating bills by switching on the heating at their homes. One pensioner in Sheffield kept hot water running for over a minute. In todays entry read all about the payday lenders who also agree saving 50 quid on heating bills will really help people in Britain and how next year just like last year is a great year of oppurtunity for people to reshuffle their finances. What is there not to like in a liberal democracy especially since now were all here in Britain saving 50 quid on heating bills, life in the UK is the best.
- It will be difficult for Germany to enter ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence alliance (voiceofrussia.com)
- Celebrations Break Out At The Prospect of Saving 50 Quid On Heating Bills Next Year (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/02
Adam Lovejoy is in Central London taking a look at toilet luxury in recession-hit Britain. Mixing company designs that venture on bringing a new oomph to the bathroom. The first place to go before the store or the e-commerce route is check out your local hotels toilets. Here is a tip taken from todays post if you cannot find a sign saying toilet in the hotel look for the cloakroom sign. Here is where you will find liquid soap dispensers, various brands of paper towels for which you can test the texture. In today’s post you can find out the best ways of getting ideas from visiting the lavatory in other locations to brighten up your own. By visiting the Gents or Ladies you can also get a glass of free tap water. Get a feel for the high life as well, mixing with chicks in Chanel or Prada and wearing some serious bling. There are sadly public imitations in McDonald’s though it is still classed as affordable entertainment. Basking in toilet luxury. Affordable entertainment in recession-hit Britain.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/25
Outside 10 Downing Street people are turning up late with sleep in their eyes. Inside David Cameron is in Downing Street along with Eric Pickles, Maria Miller, Nick Clegg and Philip Hammond. This is a story about ‘Old Labour’ Chancellor George Osborne, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander, the works and pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, Jeremy Hunt, the NHS, Theresa May, the Home Secretary, Education Secretary Michael Gove, Vince Cable, Philip Hammond of the British army, Culture Secretary Maria Miller and other members of the coalition’s cabinet. Clegg and other nicknames from the coalition cabinet.
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/18
British bankers taking dope, no way? Adam Lovejoy reports from London about ex vicar turned Banker Co-op Chairman Paul Flowers. This is a compelling reaction to the story in the news this week coming from the City of London Sunday tabloids.
In the Sunday Tabloids reports are in from the Co-operative Bank are not happy about reported cases of a rise in crack cocaine and crystal meth usage. In todays article you will find out that this is not all they are worried about. Find out what is really going on behind the scenes over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Hundreds of pounds get handed over everyday in cities around the world to illegal substances London is one of those cities too. The problem seems to quite similar to the mistakes street gangs make they operate on the street and because the streets are covered by the MoD. What goes on on the street gets recorded on the street cameras, its only a matter of time before the powers that be catch up and address what is going on.
Flowers has opened up and shared how he felt alone and often turned yellow back in the days when he thought he was having fun. In response to his announced response the Methodist church have had to deal with a considerable amount of questions about him counting the cash. Mr Nice Paul Flowers may have to like the Canadian Diplomat have to stand down as chairman. The news about people with money using dope is on the rise, so todays article is a staunch warning to anyone thinking they do not know what you are doing and the chances are they have you on video footage. They do and its only a matter of time before these things catch up with you. If you have concerns about a member of your family stuck in a similar situation, unable to get out and are messing things up as a consequence cheque out todays article to find out what goes where in-amongst you know who. Here is the link. British bankers taking dope
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/08
Ben Delicious reports from London Eat your heart out, Chines and North Korean communists and all sorts of other dictators. According to two surveys Britain now has a booming economy. The UK is bursting with satisfaction.
Financial data provider Markit Group, based in London, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, based in Paris. In Soviet Union there was a saying that the Soviet people had developed a sixth sense. Merkit or the OECD come up with such rubbish. In France politicians talk about things getting better in Greece, Spain and Ireland.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/01
If you live in the UK and thinking about switching energy suppliers, the big six UK is all you have to consider unless of course you are converting your whole home into self efficient fuel. In this post we take a brief look at the big six in the UK and go over some of the things you might have missed about switching energy suppliers.
Adam Lovejoy is in London looking at the figures and highlights the key players in business providing electricity and gas to homes around the United Kingdom. Adam starts out with the most important place to start your studies by underlining what Energy Secretary said about switching energy suppliers and how Ed Davey in his communications with the big six UK has to offer and how he has been part of creating this new system put in place to give British consumers better options for switching energy suppliers in twenty-four hr.
The energy providers are the energy companies that broker deals, their prices according to the news are always changing so if you get a knock on the door you can be sure that what they are saying by the charts they show you of who is charging what. The price of changing providers means a lot of long paper work and paying for simple changes. You can find out all about the newest prices and who is saying what right now over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. A light-hearted website that takes a look at all sorts of challenging topics and offers satirical solutions and cuts out all the confusion as the world becomes increasingly more stupid.
You are about to learn some new information a lot of which is being discussed on television. Adam starts of by talking about Ofgem just like you see them do on TV and highlights the problems and quickly identifies the truth about you switching energy suppliers in 2013.
Statistics show that three hundred thousand pensioners die each winter from the blistering drop in temperature. If you live in the UK and have contacts in the United Nations and have a line to Downing Street then after reading this post you will have a flat plan of knowing if switching energy suppliers is for you.
Switching energy suppliers at the moment as you will find out is the suggested solution, you have to ask why should I want to switch energy suppliers? Read it in full here if anything it turns a cold-hearted problem into a warm aha moment: Switching energy suppliers is fun...
- Energy market manipulation (yorkshirepost.co.uk)
- Ed Davey: easier switching between energy firms (theguardian.com)
- UK government energy firm crackdown (scotsman.com)
- Big Six UK energy companies put up prices 9% wholesale prices increase 1% (dailyrecord.co.uk)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/09/30
Adam Lovejoy reports from Manchester: Well, it had to happen and it did. George Osborne, the man who moonlights as Chancellor of the Exchequer the Tory party, Prime Minister David Cameron, a comedian with his own comedy routine. Boy George and Parliament do another rendition of Stand Up Comedy over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. George Osborne Does Another Stand Up Comedy Gig On The Economy. But Fails To Raise A Single Laugh (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/09/18
Andrew Mitchell has been waiting for ages about what is actually happening with Plebgate. In today;s article for the first time since the investigation began you can get a simple explanation. This post is about aviation from a Conservative Chief Whip and includes the most recent current-events coming in from Downing Street about Libya and the Plebgate party politics. You get a couple of angles in today’s article, one is for Scotland Yard and the other from the tabloid Sun papers points of view. Each side try’s to tackle problems with transportation and sprinkled into today’s post is more complaints about violent video games.
Find out what we know about Andrew Mitchell, aviation and the Conservative Chief Whip to help understand the pattern emerging in current-events. And with what we now know about Downing Street and Libya you can finally start to get to the bottom of Plebgate and how that is all going.
Keep track of what is happening in politics and get the latest scoops from Scotland Yard and the Sun about transportation news and latest video games that are disturbing people. The cops who guard 10 Downing Street may also be up all night guarding news about the The Sun newspaper and the Plebgate investigative inquiry. Read more on the scoop below, I have provided some helpful links and quotes to help you understand more before you read the article in full.
- A Year Later Scotland Yard Is Still Investigating ‘Plebgate’. Not Efficient, Are They? (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Police chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe accused of being ‘foolish’ over Plebgate (express.co.uk)
- Scotland Yard defends handling of Andrew Mitchell ‘plebgate’ investigation (walesonline.co.uk)
- Plebgate Investigation Attacked As ‘Rambling’ (news.sky.com)
- Straw seeking answers on ‘plebgate’ (standard.co.uk)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/09/07
- Well That Was Some G20 Summit. Syria And More Syria (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Don’t attack Syria, world leaders tell Obama at G20 summit (conservativeread.com)
- Russia will help if Syria is attacked: Putin (thehindu.com)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/08/20
Jasmine Jenkins is on the ground in Gibraltar talking about what she is experiencing on her trip there and her observations about the influx of ships in port. The Spanish government and Mariano Rajoy is experience ing difficulties in Spain with a decline in tourism. This could well be due to the border taxes that are being implemented. Also a rise in taxes on booze and cigarettes Being part of the EU is a big and running a Spanish navy is one thing that makes Spain shine above the other members of the EU.
The tensions of border checks creating long queues in traffic going into the British colony is unknown why it is happening though is is breaking the freedom the move around rule. The Royal Navy were passing buy and paid a visit to ask why it is happening.
The pressure on Gibraltar according to Fabian Picardo has developed into more deeper and worrying threats as the pressure pot begins to boil . The Maritime industry has been under a lot of pressure since the funding has drastically cut, universities have been shut down and studies of the sea capped.
The 50 euro’s charge coming and going in this economic climate is to much for people to afford. This is a progressive economic that has gone on for over 300 years. The story is very similar and relationships with Spain and Britain have always been strong. Britain feels very guilty that it did not know Spain was is so much trouble and will help as best it can and sympathises with the pressure being put on the country from the European Union. Jasmine shares her experience over on Stirring Trouble Internationally ( see link and supportive quotes below).
- Tensions Over Gibraltar. A Farce That Keeps On Giving (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- EU team to monitor Gibraltar border (bbc.co.uk)
- Gibraltar border crossing fee “illegal,” says Barroso (elpais.com)
- Gibraltar row won’t be diffused by political powerplays (itv.com)
The navy is always in close communications with David Cameron and the HMS Westminster is in Gibraltar right now. The British government commanded by William Hague are doing there best to suggest effective measures to be there for the Gibraltarian government. People are turning to Paulo Coehlo (author of The Alchemist) to find the answers when stuck in traffic and flying on planes to Spain.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/08/06
More fee’s to pay when leaving the country for the Eurozone if you have friends and family in Gibraltar then you will love this. Adam Lovejoy takes a look at the news from Gibraltar in Spain and the European Union with the Spanish government, the Spanish police And Prime Minister David Cameron the European Central Bank. You can also read all about Fabian Picardo who is to Gibraltar what the British MPs are to Parliament. The Gibraltar people are reporting various things being thrown at them in Spain. Spanish MP Fabian Picardo is there with the European Union and would like to hear all about David Cameron and what is happening here in Britain. They are curious to know if we will be imposing a similar fifty dollar toll times that by 10,000 thats five million dollar. The European Central Bank has interesting things to say about the British government which will also make this an interesting debate could the Madrid Eurozone be on to something here?
- PM ‘concerned’ over Gibraltar row (standard.co.uk)
- Oh What A Funny War We Might Have Over Gibraltar! (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Spain Rocks the boat: Britain furious as Foreign Office warning on Gibraltar ignored (express.co.uk)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/08/02
Fiona Sweetheart reports from London about media meshing, you can read what she has to say by scrolling down and following the link or you can read on and read all about media audiences, telecommunications in and outside the home or you can take action and read about the toys you should buy your kids because all the other kids have them at school. Or read about romantic films to help your relationship last longer and avoid any unnecessary violence of the usual mainstream television. Find out what Ofcom has to say on the matter that and much more besides ready to read on mobile phones and wide screen televisions around the world, tailor made family viewing. Did you watch the Olympic legacy’, if you liked watching Olympic sport as much as Brits, families, moms do then you will love what Fiona says on the matter. Here is what I have noticed about the topic.
The survey states that mobile phones bring families together because children use them to communicate with their parents more. Well that’s just daft! And the fact that families watch more television together is not about the great shows but down to parents no longer able to afford a box for every room in their house.
Gather round the flat screen TV, a new wave is announced of people moving from small mobile screens. The small mobile screen is cumbersome and slow at home it works fine but too personal for families to embrace. Introducing the massive flat screen with all the mod cons. Not too many buttons. You can watch and read what you want when you want and more importantly it gives direct access to companies to read what you are doing. The media has been compiling data from what is known as media audiences for years. The train of thought stems for Birmingham male academics. The female contributions to the theory has given more emphasis on the emotive factors required on the subject of entertainment.
The Return Of Family Viewing Of The Box. As Established By Another Weird Survey broadcast over on Stirring Trouble Internationally about the wants and needs of the world. This is categorised as Angry Rants and covers some of the best info extracted from the study of media audiences.
The angle seems to be about retro phones and retro nostalgia about the TV set in the home from the study of old school media. The aphorism coined in the UK glued to the box comes to mind as more and more people decide that family holidays are no longer the best option and staying at home with yet another gadget to invest in. On the back-end success of mobile phones integrated with video and text messaging the television has evolved to keep upto date with the current brainwashing trends.
Thanks to helpful mobile phone surveys and long ques at airports watching TV has become a safer and more entertaining option. A place where you can find all the apparel you need. Ofcom have found online shopping integrated into TV sets mean people no longer need to go any further than the garden. And now the Nokia Lumia 925 have launched a new phone to get people out the house in the hope to balance the scales of media entertainment.
The large flat screen televisions have new speakers and microphones that listen to everything to do in the sitting room. It started in the 70′s when televisions first ignited the homes of people all around the world. There was a shift from the warm shores of the coastline the four walls of the home whereby people in Britain were provided with a wage for having a TV set in the home that tracked certain things people did around the telly. Moms with kids were seen bringing the grub into the sitting room so the family could watch and eat at the same time. Mobile phone companies tried to utilise this fact by selling optional hand held holders, works in cars so why not in the home. It also works in cars, now you can drive and eat at the same time. People on cycles can clip their phones onto the handle bars and listen to their favorite radio show or watch a favourite television program. G3 changes gear to G5 soon which will replace the dwindling pay as you go option.
seeing phone and maps outside great for finding your way and Nokia music calling themselves Nokia musicologists, motion phone photo’s mean you can select person and blur out the background, lazy participation in going out paying for events and matches and competitions, opinion polls, Olympics, recent polls show more house holds have mobile phones than house phones.
- Ofcom study: Quarter of UK population owns a tablet and live TV still rules (wired.co.uk)
- Smartphones, tablets create a nation of ‘meshers and stackers’ who won’t just watch TV (zdnet.com)
- Toughen Up Your Kids With These Horrific ‘Family Viewing’ Scenes (lifehacker.com.au)
- Dear Ofcom: tablets are televisions (pcpro.co.uk)
- 53% of Global Mobile Phone Users Share Mobile Video (socialmediaportal.com)
- You are weird, and 17 other things we learned from Ofcom’s Communications Market Report (newstatesman.com)
- Tablet ownership in Northern Ireland outstrips rest of UK (belfasttelegraph.co.uk)
- More Scots using mobile phones to access web (scotsman.com)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/06/18
Adam Lovejoy writes from London: How about that Tony Blair and Rupert Murdoch divorce. The Sun newspaper are saying something different than the rest of the British media. In 1997 when Tony did an average speech broadcast live from outside 10 Downing Street talking about the death of Princess Diana a car crash that happened in Europe France.
At a similar time for as Tony Blair’s rule the Labour party people were giving donations to reduce tax bill and Tony had everyone talking about the football team Newcastle United. This is funny post about the British Prime Ministers and the promises they make but never manage to make. How Come Tony Blair Never Gets A Tough Time From The Comedy Crowd?
- How Come Tony Blair Never Gets A Tough Time From The Comedy Crowd? (stirringtroubleinternationally.blogspot.com)
- Tony Blair Cause of Murdoch Divorce? (embattledfarmers.wordpress.com)
- Blair wants to arm al-Qaeda and islamic Jihad in Syria (ivarfjeld.com)
- War Criminal Tony Blair Continues to Push the Neo-Con Agenda. (rinf.com)
- Tony Blair’s spokesperson denies rumours of Wendi Deng affair (metro.co.uk)
- Guccifer emails link Tony Blair to top-secret Bohemian Grove gathering (engineeringevil.com)
- Blair Denies Wendi Deng Affair Rumour (order-order.com)
- The Voice Of Pure Evil Speaks – Blair calls for west to intervene in Syria conflict. He has missed all the death and destruction and needs an urgent fix (davidicke.com)
- Tony Blair urges Britain to help America arm the Syrian rebels (standard.co.uk)